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  1. What is the best fitness tracker?

    Fitness & health trackers certainly are the in thing at the moment. If you commute to work on a train it’s got to the point where you are likely to see more people with a fancy wearable than without one. If you haven’t jumped on the trend yet but are interested in a wearable tracker to kick-start your health regime then look no further.

    We’ve been lucky enough to get our hands on a couple of different brands in the office and had a little play. We’ve analysed all the features and you can see our thoughts below:

     

    Charge HR £119.99

    The Charge HR tracks your heart beat throughout the day, measuring steps, calories burned and amount of time active to name but a few. The handy smartphone app also provides you with details of how you slept, notifications when your Charge HR’s battery is running low as well as allowing you to input your daily food intake and calories eaten. Caller ID allows you to see whose calling and you have the ability to control your music through the Fitbit app mid workout. Other features include a reasonably long battery live that lasts up to 5 days.

    The latest update now allows your Fitbit to automatically work out when you are active and what sort of activity you are doing. Whether you are going on a gentle cycle or playing an hour of hard 5 a side football your Fitbit will be able to track things such as amount of time active, calories burnt & heart rate accurately thanks to its very reliable heart rate monitor. If you are looking for more detailed analysis of workouts the Charge HR allows you the option to input your work out details, water drank and what you’ve eaten throughout the day for a more detailed summary.

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    Fitbit Charge HR

    Fitbit Charge HR

    Garmin Vivosmart HR £119.99

    The Garmin Vivosmart HR definitely isn’t the most stylish piece of tech on our list. It’s clunky & oversized and has been made to be functional and not a fashion accessory. However is it functional?

    Similar to the Fitbit the Garmin continuously tracks heartbeat all day, steps taken, floors climbed, distance travelled and calories burnt accurately. Where the Vivosmart really comes into its own is notifications. Unlike the Fitbit the Vivosmart will pair with your smartphone and any push notifications that come through will be relayed on the screen. It could be anything from a WhatsApp to a new meeting request which is useful when out and about. The Vivosmart will also track your exercise and relay the results in the app.

    Where the Vivosmart HR really lets itself down is its accompanying app the Garmin connect. A quick google search reveals the extent of the problem with countless forums and reviews filled with syncing issues. Once you get your Garmin synced, the app is one of the most complex on the market and you’ll instantly be bamboozled by the volume of graphs and charts. The content is super confusing for a week or 2 but once you get used to it there is a lot of useful information for tracking your day to day progress.

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    Garmin Vivosmart HR

    Garmin Vivosmart HR

     

     

    Jawbone UP3 £129.99

    The Jawbone UP3 is one of the most compact wearables on the market. Its slim design is tasteful and wouldn’t look out of place in the gym or in a nice restaurant. The UP3 also has one of longest battery lives on the market lasting up to 7 days. The UP3 also has an incredible fitness app which is great for monitoring your day to day well-being as well as providing reliable data during exercise, ideal for coaching pointers.

    However the lack of LED display is a major drawback. Different coloured LEDs identify which mode you are in but if you are looking for any real-time data you are going to have to have to open the app and let the Jawbone sync. Heart rate tracking is a new feature of the Jawbone UP3 however we found it a little hit and miss. For us the lack of on screen display and poor continuous heart monitoring make the Jawbone not worth the asking price.

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    Microsoft Band 2 £199.99

    There is no doubting that the Microsoft band 2 is a massive improvement on the original. The screen is now curved so it matches the contours of your wrist & the screen resolution is super sharp. However to make this possible the battery has been moved to sit in the clasp which makes it bulky and susceptible to catching.

    In terms of the tech the Microsoft band is right up there with the best. The built in GPS allows for accurate distance tracking as well other features found on the other bands such as tracking steps, calories burnt, constant heart rate monitoring, sleep monitoring, stair climbing and exercise tracking. On top of this push notifications come through to the on screen display which is handy when out and about.

    Where the band really lets itself down is its battery life. The band still only offers up to 48 hours max which is nothing on the competition & having to recharge it most night’s renders the sleep tracking almost pointless. The clever adjustable clasp that makes the band fit any wrist is almost too clever for its own good as well as being bulky and heavy.

    We’re not sure if the Microsoft band is trying to be a fitness band or a smartwatch and that’s its main problem. The band is packed with incredible features but poor battery life is a major floor for a band that you’re supposed to wear 24/7.  On top of that a simple google search will reveal the clasp and fit is still not comfortable enough. It’s neither a fitness band nor a smartwatch which is a big shame as it’s full of great features.

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    Microsoft Band 2

    Microsoft Band 2

     

    Our Winner:

    Our favourite fitness tracker is the Fitbit Charge HR. At an affordable price the Fitbit Charge HR delivers everything & more you need for tracking day to day activity. Its stylish unisex design doesn’t look out of place anywhere and provides you with all the day to day information we’d expect from a fitness tracker. We also love the layout and ease of use of the app and the beefed up activity features are an added bonus!

     

    Want to win a Fitbit?:

    We’ve got 1 Fitbit charge HR to give away to one lucky winner. To enter head on over to our Twitter page @protectyrbubble and RT & Follow (if you’don’t already) the pinned tweet containing #PYBfit for your chance to win.

    Terms & Conditions

    GB CI IOM 18+. End .05. 02.2016.1 prize. 7 days to claim. See: http://ukblog.protectyourbubble.com/?p=3971 for full prize description, entry routes and Ts and Cs. Promoter: Protect Your Bubble, Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN. No entries should be sent to this address.

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  2. Purple Monday Terms & Conditions

    It’s #PurpleMonday! We’re turning the most depressing day of the year into what could quite possibly become your favourite day of the year! Help us hit 1,000 RTs and we’ll reward one lucky follower with £250 in cash to help ease any financial woes you might be feeling this month!

     

    #Purplemonday Giveaway

     

    Eligibility

    1. The promotion is open to residents of Great Britain (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland), Isle of Man and Channel Islands only, excluding employees of the Assurant Direct Limited (the “Promoter”) and their immediate families, agencies of the Promoter, and anyone else professionally connected with this promotion.

    2. This promotion is only open to individuals aged 18 years or over on date of promotion entry.

    3. The Twitter promotion begins at 10.00 on 18th January 2016 and closes at 17.00pm on 18th January 2016 British Summer Time (BST). Any entry received after the closing date and time will not be valid. Proof of sending is not proof of receipt.

    4. Entrants must have access to the internet, an email address, and a Twitter account

    5. Entry is free and no purchase is necessary to enter this promotion. A maximum of one entry per person is allowed and a maximum of one prize may be won per household.

     

    How to Enter

    5. To enter this promotion, visit twitter.com/protectyrbubble and re-tweet  the competition tweet which will include hashtag #PurpleMonday. To be eligible to win users must be following @protectyrbubble

    6. Retweeting of any other post during the date range specified above that does not contain the phrase above does not count as an entry

    7. Entrants must continue to follow the @Protectyrbubble Twitter account following entry into the promotion in order to continue to be regarded as eligible

    8. Entrants must not publish repeated Tweets

    9. Entrants must not attempt to enter the promotion using multiple accounts and entrants found to be doing so will be ineligible to participate in the promotion. It is the responsibility of entrants to ensure they comply with Twitter’s rules regarding usage

     

    The Prize

    10. There is one winner who will receive £250 via bank transfer

    11. Cost of shipping is included in the prize. Any redelivery requirements where a user has not been available to receive their delivery that requires an additional costs is the winner’s responsibility. The winners are responsible for all expenses not expressly stated in these terms and conditions as being included as part of the prize.

    12. The prize is not transferable & cannot be exchanged. The prize is awarded “as is” with no warranty or guarantee, either express or implied.

     

    Winner Selection and Notification

    13. The winner will be randomly selected on 20th January 2016 by the Promoter from all of the valid entries submitted during the promotional period in accordance with these terms and conditions.

    14. The Promoter will contact the winner within one week of on 20th January 2016 via private message on Twitter. Prize will be posted to the address provided by the winner within 7 working days of the winner claiming. In all matters, the random selection made by the Promoter shall be final and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into.

    15. The winner is required to respond to the private message notification within 7 days in order to claim the prize. Failure to do so will result in the prize being forfeited and another winner will be selected.

    16. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for failed delivery due to provision of incorrect contact details by entrants. Any prize that is returned undelivered will be assumed unwanted and the Promoter reserves the right to select an alternative winner to receive the prize using the same process referred to above in these terms and conditions.

    17. The Promoter reserves the right to ask for evidence of identity and address of the prize winner.

    18. By entering this promotion, entrants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.

    19. Losing entries will not receive any notification.

     

    General

    20. The twitter handle, name and county of residence of the prize winner will be available upon request by sending a stamped self-addressed envelope to; #PurpleMonday Competition, Protect Your Bubble, Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN after 25th January 2016

    21. In the event of unforeseen circumstances the Promoter reserves the right to provide alternative prizes of equal or greater value.

    22. By entering, entrants and winners (as applicable) grant Promoter, and their licensees, successors and assigns, the assignable, perpetual, worldwide, fully-paid, irrevocable, non-exclusive license to publish, reproduce, prepare derivative works of, distribute, display, exhibit, transmit, broadcast, televise, digitize, otherwise use, and permit others to use their entry for this Promotion, including the names and likenesses of any persons embodied therein, in any manner, form, or format now or hereinafter created, including on the Internet, and on Promoter social media sites, and for any purpose, including, but not limited to, advertising or promotion of Promoter, all without further consent from or notice or payment to entrant or winner(s). Promoter is under no obligation to make use of the rights granted herein.

    23. The Promoter and its agents will only use personal information supplied by entrants to this promotion for the purposes of administering this promotion, unless consent is received to use such information for any other purpose. All personal data shared by the entrants will be collected in accordance with Promoter’s privacy policy available at http://uk.protectyourbubble.com/legal-privacy/privacy-policy.html

    24. Nothing in these terms shall exclude the liability of the Promoter for death, personal injury, fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation as a result of its negligence or any other liability which may not be excluded by law. The Promoter excludes all other liability to the extent permitted by law and in particular without limitation to the foregoing, the Promoter shall not be liable for any indirect, special or consequential loss nor for loss arising out of matters outside of its control nor for entries lost, delayed or undelivered, nor any liability for technical errors or communication failures in networks and/or internet access.

    25. By participating, each entrant agrees to release, indemnify, discharge and hold harmless Promoter and Twitter, Inc., and each of their respective parents, affiliates, subsidiaries, and advertising and promotion agencies, and the respective officers, directors, shareholders, employees, agents and representatives of the forgoing (collectively, “Released Parties”) from any and all injuries, liability, losses and damages of any kind to persons, including death, or property resulting, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from entrant’s participation in the Promotion or any Promotion -related activity, the acceptance, possession, use or misuse of any prize and/or Promoter’s use of the rights granted herein.

    26. The Promoter reserves the right at any time to modify, discontinue (temporary or permanently) this promotion with or without prior notice due to reasons outside its control (including in the case of anticipated, suspected or actual fraud). The decision of the Promoter in all matters under its control is final and binding.

    27. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Twitter. You understand that you are providing your information to Promoter and not to Twitter. Entrants to this promotion hereby release Twitter from any claim or liability suffered in connection with this promotion

    28. This promotion and these terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

    Promoter – Assurant Direct Limited trading as Protect your bubble, whose registered office is Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN and whose registered number is 5399683.

  3. Blue Monday – Whats all the fuss about?

    Blue Monday

    What is Blue Monday and how did it become such an welcomed date in the diary? Well back in 2005 the concept was developed by Sky Travel who claimed they had a formula that could accurately predict the most depressing day of the year. Since then the formula has been tweaked and you can see the 2009 version below. Blue Monday tends to be the 3rd Monday in January but on rare occasions it has been the second or the last Monday in January.

    The first blue Monday was declared in a Sky Travel press release as the 24th January 2005. Since then Blue Monday has really taken off and tends to be the no.1 trending topic on twitter on the day. This year Blue Monday will fall on 18th January.

    The 2009 formula that can work out the most depressing day of the year

    The 2009 formula that can work out the most depressing day of the year

    So why is Blue Monday so blue?

    Well the equation takes a lot of different circumstances into account. Firstly most people tend to get paid early for Christmas so by the time the 3rd Monday of January rolls around most people have gone 6 weeks without pay. On top of this credit card bills tend to have been received and payments due which can make January a dark month to say the least. Other aspects taken into account are lack of sunlight and low levels of vitamin D, failed New Year’s resolutions and poor motivational levels.

     

    #PurpleMonday

    At Protect Your Bubble HQ we are going to lighten the darkest day of the year and turn it into a #PurpleMonday, making it one lucky follower’s favourite day of the year rather than their worst! On 18th January 2016 we will launch a tweet and once we hit 1,000 retweets we’ll reward one lucky follower with £250! Simple! To be in with a chance of earning some cash simply head over to out Twitter page and Retweet the pinned tweet!

     

    Remember….Monday doesn’t have to be blue! #PurpleMonday

     

    Terms & Conditions

    GB CI IOM 18+. End .18. 01.2016.1 prize. 7 days to claim. See: http://ukblog.protectyourbubble.com/?p=3950 for full prize description, entry routes and Ts and Cs. Promoter: Protect Your Bubble, Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN. No entries should be sent to this address.

  4. 5 favourites from CES 2016

    Autonomous Cars, Wearables and Augmented Reality. Some of our favourites from the CES tech Show in Vegas

     

    For those that don’t know the CES or Consumer Electronic Show is a huge trade show in Vegas which happens once a year. The show attracts the world’s biggest brands, innovators and thinkers who all get together to showcase the latest technology and provide consumers with an insight into what we can expect from gadgets in the future. A small team from Protect Your Bubble flew out to see what all the fuss will be about this year. Here’s a few of our favourites and what else you can expect in 2016.

    CES 2016

    We just had to share this innovative cat litter tray, mainly because it looks like an astronaut’s helmet. The idea is the cat will jump in, do its business and then get back out. The tray will then rotate 180 degrees, the poo will drop into the bottom tray and you’ll get notifications sent straight to your mobile phone when you need to empty the tray. We’re unsure if you’ll be able to get your cat in this futuristic litter box or even if you’d want notifications telling you that your cat’s litter box is full but there you go.

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    Drones were literally everywhere as you’d probably expect. However this one stood out from the rest. The Ehang 184 is a human sized drone that can carry a human passenger for 23 minutes at a speed of 60mph. The drone is also fully automated, passengers simply input their destination and the drone does the rest. To us this is quite a scary thought but the Chinese company responsible for the drone say it’s actually safer as it removes human error from the equation. To top it off the drone’s wings fold in making it easier for storage. At over $250,000 it’s unlikely we’ll all be flying round in one of these anytime soon but it does give a great insight into what the future could hold for transport.

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    It will come as no surprise that gaming was huge at CES2016. The future of gaming definitely appears to be in the augmented reality sphere but we’ve been hearing about this for years. However 2016 appears to be the year consumers will finally be able to get their hands on VR gaming. Oculus were once again at CES and look likely to release the Oculus Rift sometime later this year. However it won’t be cheap and you’ll also need a powerful computer in order to be transported to a new reality. Nevertheless after having a play with one the concept is certainly impressive and 2016 should be the year we make big strides towards a new world of video gaming with Playstation and HTC not far behind.

    Oculus Rift

    Autonomous cars were all the rage at CES 2016. The latest technology includes smart tech systems that are able to interact with traffic lights, other cars and road signs in order to get you from A to B safely. We already have partially autonomous features now such as self-parking and if you’re really up with the times motorway self-driving. However in the near future expect to see a new breed of smart cars which will be in constant communication with you and the road. Constant traffic information, car diagnostics and lane control will all be available as well as heart sensors which will detect drowsiness prompting a refreshing fragrance to be released in order to wake you back up. This is only the tip of the iceberg, during CES 2016 Kia revealed its new Drive Wise programme and is committed to having fully autonomous cars on the road by 2030. We’re talking about driverless cars that will be able to pick you up and take you from A to B by themselves which is an exciting but slightly concerning prospect all rolled into one.

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    The latest in wearable technology was on full display at the CES2016. Fitbit launched their new stylish Blaze which has added onscreen workout and music control to its armoury. However the future appears to lie in technology that is lined within your clothing. Sensoria fitness showcased its latest tech which included a running top and socks which feature technology which they claim will provide even better monitoring than your traditional wearables. The socks will also measure cadence and running style providing feedback which should allow you to avoid injury. However there are drawbacks, one being that you must remove all sensors before washing. All round body monitoring through smart garments is definitely the way forward we’re just not sure the technology is quite there yet. A special mention should go to the very stylish TomTom wearable spark. The spark has all the usual features you’d expect from a fitness watch including GPS tracking, 24/7 heart monitoring etc. but the feature we thought was great was its ability to store 500 songs from your phones playlist. Allowing you to work out phone free but still enjoy your music.

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  5. Ultimate Christmas Gadgets 2015

    1. Reds Hoverboard (£400) – This years must have gadget is definitely the Hoverboard. Despite the government recently reminding everyone they are illegal to use on public streets, interest in hoverboards doesn’t appear to be waning. However with a cost of around £400 the purchase of a hoverboard doesn’t come lightly. The brand you’ll see most people riding around on is Reds, with a top speed of 10 mph and up to 15.5 miles off a full charge, the Reds hoverboard is guaranteed to give you hours of fun. Auto-stabilising technology makes this hoverboard extremely intuitive to get the hang of and provided us with hours of fun of minimal practice. Pressure sensitive pads understand your movements, simply lean forwards or backwards to control which way you want to go. Although we’d recommend you master going forwards first. Other features include on the spot 360 degree turning and a 2 hour charger. An expensive option but worth forking out the cash on to guarantee quality if you’re set on a hoverboard this Christmas

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    2. Fitbit charge HR (£120) – There is loads of wearable technology out there but the Fitbit charge HR is an office favourite and winner of numerous awards. The Charge HR tracks your heart beat throughout the day, measuring steps, calories burned and amount of time active to name but a few. The handy smartphone app will also provide you with top speeds, distance travelled and route taken so you can effectively track your workouts and deliver improvement week on week. Caller ID and notifications allows you to stay on top of things throughout the day as well as providing the time on the OLED display. Other features include long battery live that lasts up to 5 days.

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    3. Parrot Bebop Drone (£400) – Drones are becoming more and more popular, ranging from a couple of hundred quid to a few thousands they don’t come cheap. However if you have your heart set on a drone and don’t want to break the bank the Parrot Bebop could be the one for you.  It might not be the best looking drone on the market but where it lets down aesthetically it makes up for in performance.  The Parrot Drone features a 14 megapixel HD camera with 180 degree vision which can be controlled by the pilot, Embedded GPRS with smartphone control which allows you to plan and control a route from your phone or tablet before and during takeoff, return home function as well as cloud storage for all your videos. However the Drone certainly isn’t flawless. The optional Skycontroller will cost you an additional £400 (not required) and the battery life isn’t the largest allowing for up to 15 minutes flight time. However you are getting a lot for your money.

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     4. Apple TV 32 GB (£130) – A must have for anyone who is a fan of Apple Products. Apple TV allows you to stream music, TV shows and movies in HD straight to your TV from your phone or tablet. Apps that work with the Apple TV include Netflix, YouTube, iTunes and Sky News to name but a few. The new Siri feature allows you to search for your favourite apps and content through voice control so you no longer have to search manually. The price is steep compared to other streaming services however if you don’t need all the latest features the previous generations of Apple TV can be picked up at a snippet of the price. 

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     5. Mustek S400 Docking Scanner Printer (£80) – The Mustek docking scanner is designed specifically for Apple Devices and allows you to turn photo prints into 300dpi digital copies straight to your iPad/iPhone. Advanced photo rollers and automatic white balance adjustment ensure photo quality is kept to a maximum in the digital version. The ideal gift this Christmas for anyone who is looking to preserve old photos forever in a digital format. Lightweight & portable as well as charging your Apple device whilst in use, the Mustek S400 represents good value and offers something a bit different this year. 

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    6.  Noke Bluetooth Padlock (£50 including postage from US) – The Noke padlock takes modern technology and puts it into security perfectly. Built with steel & hardened boruc the Noke secures your valuables from thieves. The technology used in the lock is protected internally by silicon rings and designed to work in temperature ranges of -23°C to 65°C ensuring you’re good to go no matter the weather. The Noke padlock is a keyless padlock that can only be unlocked via Bluetooth & your smartphone. The keyless design eliminates lock picking and forgotten combinations. Another great feature allows you to track where the lock has been used allowing you to keep track of kids or family members if they are out for the day. With a battery life of over a year you won’t need to worry about your lock running out of juice. Pre order now for December delivery. 

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     7. Smarter Coffee Machine with Wi-Fi (£180) – Ideal for those that love coffee and gadgets! The smarter coffee machine is packed with technology allowing you to make a coffee, control your coffee strength and how many cups you’d like brewing (up to 12) from anywhere in your home. The wake up & welcome home feature allows you to program your machine to make coffee for when you desperately need it on a daily basis! The app which is available on both android & iOS can have up to 4 users allowing everyone in the home full functionality of the coffee machine at all times. The app will also let you know when the water and bean levels are getting low so you’ll never be short of coffee. An added bonus is the smart app can be downloaded to your wearable technology giving you a wakeup call every morning as well as simultaneously brewing you fresh coffee. 

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    1. PowerUp 3.0 Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane (£42) – This is a paper aeroplane kit with a difference! The PowerUp 3 is a remote controlled paper plane that features a crash proof design and flight range of up to 55 metres. The plane is controlled via tilting your smartphone left or right thanks to its simple & intuitive design. Rechargeable via USB with a 10 minute flight time.

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    2. Awesome building brick mug (£11) – The ideal mug for those that get bored easily at work. The 20 included Lego pieces allow you to relieve your childhood during long, arduous phone calls as well as making you the envy of everyone in the office. Could make the ideal Secret Santa gift!

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    3. Evelots Snow man kit (£9) – The Evelot’s snowman kit provides you with everything you need to make the perfect Snowman, should the snow arrive this year. Including top hat, coal-shaped eyes and mouth, carrot nose, buttons, and fringed scarf. At under £10 the kit makes the ideal stocking filler this Christmas.

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    Image Source: Amazon

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